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The band is also known as the Tyranids (sometimes translated as “Jaguars”) in the UK and some other countries, in reference to the fact that Tyranids are often depicted as chimeras with aspects of other creatures, often said to be either canines or felines. Between 2000 and 2015, the band released eight albums, consisting of over 30 tracks.

The band’s name is a reference to the term “Tyranid,” which is used to describe creatures from the Space Marine Codex. The term was also commonly used by some fans to describe the first edition of Warhammer 40,000, as the Imperium of Man’s first invasion of the galaxy. Many details of the first Warhammer book and illustrations were created by members of the band, including John Blanche.

The band was formed in August 1996 by founding member and now engineer/manager Rob David, Drummy Squad (Christian Langenfeld) and former Sun Weasel band-mate Richard X.

It is not to be confused with either the (Texas) Tygers of Pan Tang or (Sweden) Nexus, both bands of Christian Lüth.

Discography
Our Life Is A Song (Re-issue of Time Dressing [1998]; September 2000)
Lebnis (April 2001)
Eisberg (September 2002)
Viel Freude! (March 2003)
Pratte und Fang (April 2005)
Let The World Burn (October 2006)
Fish Rising (April 2008)
Annalen [Live] (November 2009)
Best of Naif (December 2012)

References

External links
Official website

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